Reading in San Francisco
I’m going to be doing a reading at SF in SF on Feb 23 along with Carter Scholz. We’ll be reading and doing a Q&A with Terry Bisson and then hanging around and chatting. If you’re in the area, you should come. It’ll be fun. Here’s the info from SF in SF’s flyer:
Saturday, February 23rd
Lounge /cash bar opens at 6:00 PM
7:00 PM readings
Each author will read a selection from their work
followed by Q&A moderated by author Terry Bisson.
THE up-and-coming writer. A Hugo & Nebula nominee, Paolo Bacigalupi’s debut collection PUMP SIX AND OTHER STORIES from Nightshade Books demonstrates the power and reach of the science fiction short story. Social criticism, political parable, and environmental advocacy lie at the center of Paolo’s work. Immensely interesting and readable, his work will grab you from the outset. Come join us for his only San Francisco appearance. Visit his website at http://windupstories.com/
Carter Scholz’ wonderfully charming, playful, stylish and often experimental writings have been compared to the works of Thomas Pynchon, John Updike, and Thomas M. Disch. Carter Scholz has been publishing novels and short stories for 30 years. He is the author of the critically-acclaimed novel Radiance and the co-author of Palimpsest and (with Jonathan Lethem) Kafka Americana. His terrific short stories has been collected in The Amount to Carry. When not writing, Carter composes experimental computer music, and is a member of the Frog Peak Composers Collective. Frog Peak website at http://www.frogpeak.org/fpartists/fpscholz.html
Authors will schmooze and sign books afterwards.
Books available for sale (courtesy of Borderlands Books)
Seating is limited, so first come, first seated.
Come early and hang out in the lounge!
Bar proceeds benefit Variety Children’s Charity of Northern California – learn more at www.varietync.org
Event takes place at
The Variety Preview Room
The Hobart Building, 1st Floor
582 Market St. @ Montgomery, San Francisco
Entrance to the Hobart Bldg. is between Citibank and Quiznos
Take MUNI or BART instead of driving! Drive to your local BART station, and hop off at Montgomery St. Station, steps away from our front door.
Until 6PM, street metered parking is .25 per 5 mins
Phone (night of event) 415-572-1015
questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org